The enraged man accessed demonstrators trying to silence him as they protested against the President’s military action outside Downing Street.
President Trump ordered missile strikes against the Syrian government regime after its troops allegedly launched a chemical weapon attack on Tuesday, killing scores of innocent civilians, including more than 30 children.
Hassan Akkad claimed the anti-war demonstrators were his enemy, suggesting they were siding with controversial Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad after the American Middle East intervention.
He confronted them, claiming he was furious and appealed by the lack of “a single placard or slogan” condemning the dictator.
A Syrian refugee was silenced by anti-war demonstrators after backing Trump's missile strike
I’m so livid at how Stop the War tried their utmost to silence me with their megaphones
Footage from the attempted intervention by Mr Akkad was shared on social media and shows the Syrian’s criticism of President al-Assad being drowned out by crowds slamming President Trump.
Writing after the event, Mr Akkad said: “I’m so livid at how Stop the War tried their utmost to silence me with their megaphones.
“Not a single placard or slogan is condemning Assad. I asked them respectfully to say few words on the megaphone and they said no and tried their best to ignore my presence.
“I shouted on top of my head that Assad is our enemy. He is the Syrians’ enemy. We don’t trust Trump, for he has just banned us from entering the US, we know he’s not really fond of Syrians and definitely has an agenda behind all this.
“However, bombing the war criminals who gassed our children to death is not to be protested.”
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Mr Akkad was an English teacher in Damascus by fled Syria in 2012 after he was tortured for protesting against President Assad’s regime – a story told as part of a BBC series.
Before the protest, he tweeted: “I don’t care who ordered the strikes.
“The destruction of an airbase means less Syrians will die from Assad’s barrel bombs. This is good news.”
Express.co.uk have contacted Stop the War Coalition for comment.
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Before America’s missile strike and their Downing Street demonstration, they posted an online statement slamming the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria.
It said: “Stop The War has campaigned against the war from the start and this incident only underlines the urgency of a political solution.
“It is crucial that the attack is not used as a justification for further Western escalation in Syria. Foreign intervention has only served to deepen and prolong the suffering of the Syrian people.
“Donald Trump has already committed 1,000 troops to Syria and intensified the bombing campaign. Further attacks can only inflame the desperate situation.”